Military/Federal construction contract has a requirement for a QCM to be employed at all times by the contractor, and QCM controls all outcomes. QCM is an employee of the contractor hired by contractor but is a "pre-inspector" for the government. ...
The first step should be to review the contract and determine if the Gov't acts reasonably under the circumstances. Another issue is whether you are entitled to any relief for the stop work order. You may want to schedule a free consultation with a Gov't contract attorney in your area.See question
Person A contracted with the Federal Government to provide Person B with domestic support each year for a certain sum. Person A breached the contract. Person B sued person A for the support because the Fed Gov has a provision that allows her to ...
This probably depends on what kind of a forum this matter is in. It sounds like civil litigation not involving judicial and semi-judicial bodies making findings of facts. The 7th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution discusses jury trials.See question
Hello I got married a year ago and used a videographer from Mexico ( It was my husbands friend's friend). I have not yet received my video and I am getting a run around from him for over a year and want to pursue legal action. What is the best ...
If you have a contract with the individual, most likely the contract would state where it is enforceable under the jurisdiction section. If there is no contract, this may be more difficult. It is best to consult with an attorney who specializes in this type of matters.See question
l am filing is not listed I want to file a complaint against the CEO/LLC of the LLC who was acting in the course of carrying out the contract which is awarded by GSA?
The answer to your question regarding where to file it depends on what you want to complain about specifically, and how it affects the U.S. Government - whether this is related to the U.S. Government, poor customer service, or a business matter.See question
I received this after I breached my ROTC contract 2011. I was going through depression that required me to move back home, undergo Dialectical Behavioral Therapy with a Psychotherapist and finish school in state; I breached my contract on several...
Since there are several unknown facts in your fact pattern it may be best to have someone review all the documents and provide you with a comprehensive analysis. Specifically, all the reasons for the breach. Other evidence in mitigation may apply as well.See question
I am currently facing a chapter for positive UA my ets is in 2 weeks. My leadership hasn't told me anything yet. what is going to happen? Or what do I start doing? Please help me out
You should consult with an experienced military law attorney. You are also most likely entitled to free legal representation. Some of the questions to discuss are: how long have you served, what discharge are you likely to obtain, what reason for separation, and what evidence is there against you. Time is of the essence.See question
We have known about layoffs for months but have not received anything in writing. We are being told that we may receive our notices two weeks in advance.
This may depend on what the contract says. You should probably check with the U.S. Department of Labor. Attached is a link explaining your rights in detail.See question
My brother is a E-8 Senior Master Sergent serving 13 years in the Active Guard Reserve serving as the Chief of the Crash Fire Rescue Department on base. He has a new Supervisor that forced him to take the Physical Fitness Test prior to the schedu...
When you or he schedule(s) a free consultation, you/he should be prepared to answer some questions such as:
1) why the test was given early, 2) how did he do on the actual test, 3) did the test comply with the requirements. It sounds like there is more information in the background.
My company was the contractor to a government contract and entered into a subcontract with another vendor. The vendor was then responsible for 60% of deficient work notices and had an employee commit an egregious safety violation. Vendor then told...
You should consult with an attorney specializing in government contract and procurement law. From your posting it is not clear whether this a Federal Acquisition Regulation question or state related matter. Either way, generally speaking termination for default is not good, and you should have someone look at it so he can properly advise you on your rights.See question